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Old 08-06-2013, 03:39 PM
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What saws r u guys having luck with. Time for an upgrade. And trail remodeling for the rzr. Walmart special just doesn't do the job.

Was gonna go stihl but have heard some bad about the newer stuff... but also a lot of good


Husquvara seems to be something else to look at..
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I have this saw without the quick adj...it is the best saw i have owned.
http://www.stihlusa.com/products/cha...saws/ms251cbe/
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I would go with a Stihl.
My dad cuts 20 plus cords of firewood each year. Not pine but oak and he has had 2 Stihl model pro ms 260 with a 20 inch bar (usually lasts about 10 years each). I have the same one with a 16 inchch bar and it has been great the last 8 years.
This model is probably a little oversized for what you have in mind but check the other models out.
This saw has been replaced by the pro 261.

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My sthil ms290 20" is a great all around saw

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you guys are killing me , I don't know if those are realy power saws I have a 044 and a 066 wouldn't even think of any thing smaller , they are stihl
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